In the census Coy H. Keeling was living in the household of Joseph Oscar Keeling see below as a nephew. Coy later served as a fireman in the Irving Fire Dept. His year of birth was on the delayed birth certificate, but on his SS-5 Social Security Application. Family information states that Coy was an orphan, but locating an orphanage has proven unsuccessful, nor have I located him in the census. It seems very likely but unproven that Luella Keeling had a son in or and that she died shortly thereafter.
Both markers are shown on findagrave. The 5-year gap between Henry and John is the most likely time of birth. Nothing else is known. His father is listed in the Habersham County census and the Forsyth County census. Keeling, which is consistent with Jeptha's date of birth, and he may have been born in that county.
He served in Co. K 4th Ga. Darkrel's State Troops during the Civil War. The census records indicate 11 children, of whom 2 died before There is one unresolved discrepancy in the records. On Andrew's death certificate he is listed as married. On Orphia's death certificate she is listed as divorced from Mr. Andrew Olson, with Andrew crossed off and "Disc" written over it. The informant on the latter was Ernest Olson, their son. The marriage records for Brown County also list a marriage of Mrs.
Certificates newer than 50 years can be ordered from the Tennessee Department of Health. He married Lilly Crossnoe in Benjamin ; oath of allegiance, 6 April , of W. Census, Kent County, Delaware,;. Bedwell, October Photostats negatives. Bedwell; died Lincoln Co.
Olson to J. Tyndall in William P. Their cemetery marker is shown on findagrave. Her given name is often spelled Maud. She married Robert B. I have not located Mr. His death certificate lists him as divorced, although he was married in Lillie later married E. Her grave marker is shown on findagrave. She next married B. She married Cornelius W.
Her census listing indicates that she had first married ABT , but no marriage has been found. Their grave marker is shown on findagrave. Two unknown children were born and died before , according to the and census listings for Martha Ann Keeling.
The five-year gap between William P. Their joint marker is shown on findagrave. Census records indicate that Amanda had eight children, of whom one died before Her marker in Navarro County, TX is shown on findagrave. Her death certificate and marker give month of birth as Mar, while the census says May. Her marker shared with Thomas is shown on findagrave. Ivy M. No marriage record was found and he was presumed to be single. His death certificate lists his middle name as Jefferson, although all other information including the birth records of his children and his WWI draft card lists his name as Joseph.
Their markers are shown on findagrave.
Their joint cemetery marker is shown on findagrave. His death certificate gives the year of birth as All of the markers are shown on findagrave. Markers for all three are shown on findagrave. All eight of her children were alive in and according to census records. Cemetery markers for both are shown on findagrave. Photocopies of the J.
They give the full names, dates of birth, and most of the dates of death for the entire family. His marker has the middle name spelled: Hardey. She was single.
Her given names are spelled Lue Jeaney in the Honea bible, Lew Genia in the Stinson bible, Lue Genie on her death certificate, and Lou Genie on her cemetery marker, which is shown on findagrave. I have chosen to use the latter. Stockton, Pecos County, TX, according to her death certificate and the family bible. They were later divorced. He married Martha C. If Martha C. His WWI draft card was signed with the middle name Landford, while his death certificate gives Lanford. He has an extensive obituary in the Arkansas Gazette. Her first name is based only on her age, family name, and proximity to Mine Creek Twp.
His Pittsburg [TX] Gazette obituary lists the cemetery.
Sam Houston] ABT , and later divorced. Cemetery markers are shown on findagrave. An unexecuted marriage license issued on 5 Jul to Jewel T. His cemetery markers are shown on findagrave. She married Isaac K. His WWI draft card listed no middle name or initial.
Her full middle name was supplied by a descendant. The 6-year gap between George and Effie is the most likely time of birth. No death certificate was located. Cotton and timber were the principal crops in the county and integral to their survival; as the chief money makers were the transportation routes on the Red and Mississippi rivers and by the s, the Cairo and Fulton railroad.
Small trading centers in the county were important to the functioning of Washington and the movement of agricultural products. Columbus was one of these satellites.
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It lay ten miles to the. James H. Walker , blacksmith, church and a school. Some of the first recorded settlers in Columbus were the Johnsons and Stuarts arriving in Arkansas Territory in , and Samuel Moren who came from Missouri at that time. Moren established a store and a horse mill at the site, which was originally known as Penhook.
The growth of the community that eventually became Columbus stemmed from these early enterprises. The rich black soil of the area drew planters to Columbus and it was known as a prosperous development. River travel dwindled and in the s the status of supplemental trading centers in the county was further minimized as automobile transportation on improved roads commandeered shipping business.
Cotton was no longer the king in the county after World War I. After the war population and commerce continued to swing to Hope.
The Columbus school was consolidated. Today the business section and the square are gone. The town consists of several homes fronting the highway; a church and a post office mark the location of Columbus and Mounds Cemetery. Edward Johnson, Sr. He and his wife Deborah b. By he and Deborah had moved to the Columbus area with his son, Edward Jr. The blocks are likely a later alteration to collapsed brick. In the DAR placed a bronze marker commemorating his service in the Revolutionary War at the foot of the tomb.